What Is a Church Community?

The video player could not be built.

Do you want to chat with a missionary?

We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Start a chat or call us at 1-888-537-6600.

Hi I'm Jeremy

I love sports, I love speaking French, and I'm not afraid of the dark unless I'm all alone. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I like a lot of things. Travelling, movie marathons, and answering the telephone (you never know who it's going to be) are just a few. Hiking in mountains is one of the places I feel closer to God. I know he created this beautiful world and in times like these it is hard to escape the busy lifestyles that most people live. I was also blessed with the opportunity to play on my high school varsity football squad. In my years of football, I learned about hard work, how to deal with stressful situations, and most importantly, how to rely on the connection I have with God. I have had countless prayers answered, some immediately while others took a little more time.

Why I am a Mormon

Because the Book of Mormon is true. I don't mean true like it exists, i mean the contents are inspired by God and written about real events that happened to real people. I know that the Book of Mormon is true because I have read and prayed about it. I showed enough faith to read and ask if this message was true and I knew God would answer my prayers. I don't have a doubt that He really does hear and answer our prayers because He has heard and answered mine.

How I live my faith

I have grown up as a member of the church and it has given me so many opportunities to help others. Service is a way we show our gratitude to God for all he has given us. We believe that if you are serving somebody else, then you are also serving God. Usually it's the little things that mean the most, like visiting elderly people. You wouldn't believe some of the stories they have. Sometimes I think we over complicate things. The way I live my faith is I try to do what's right. Pretty simple. I don't always make the best decision but I'm always trying to improve and that's what counts. It's a process to live our faith, not just a one time thing.